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If you are coping with chronic pain, try these tips!


 
 
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Mood swings are a normal part of childhood, but sometimes there's more to it. Knowing the signs of bipolar can help you know if your child needs help.  Read my article here.

 
 
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Caring for a child with a chronic medical condition takes a lot of time and attention.  Sometimes non-diagnosed siblings need help coping too.  Find some helpful tips here.

 
 
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Find acceptance here:

 
 
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Part II of "Me Time"  Read more here

 
 
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Are you coping with a chronic illness?  Read tips on prioritizing to find "Me Time" in Part I here!

 
 
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For parents, it helps to have good communication and boundaries when raising a child who struggles with chronic illness.


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Cheesman Park
If you're looking for a new approach to therapy, then Walk & Talk is for you!  My clients are raving about the energy and creativity that this form of counseling brings to them.  Why sit on a couch, when you can enjoy the beautiful parks of Denver?

For more information, call me at (720) 425-5334!

 
 
I am pleased and excited to share my new office with you!  Beginning Monday, May 20th we will meet at: 

1731 E. 16th Avenue, Denver 80218

It is on the corner of 16th Avenue and Williams in City Park West.  Also in the building are a psychiatric nurse practitioner, play therapist and esthetician.  See you there!

 
 
 
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Denver Walk & Talk Therapy – 
Moving You Forward!

What is it?
Walk & Talk therapy is a form of psychotherapy that incorporates walking while talking about issues and problem-solving. 

It is a workout?
Not necessarily.  Walking helps get the blood moving, thus encouraging more on-the-spot thinking and creativity.  We will walk at a pace where you feel comfortable.

What if I can't walk for 45 minutes?
No problem!  We will walk at a comfortable pace and distance.  There are benches throughout the parks if we need to sit for awhile.

What about the weather?
You decide if you’re willing to brave the elements.  If the weather is inclement, we can meet at my office.  However, some people find walking in the soft rain or gently falling snow invigorating.

What should I wear?
Dress comfortably and wear good walking shoes.  You might consider bringing a hat or sunglasses, as well as a bottle of water.

Where will we meet?
The initial session will take place in my office so we can complete intake paperwork. 

Subsequent visits will take place at either City Park (Mondays), Cheesman Park (Wednesdays), or Washington Park (Fridays).  Meet-up location and directions will be given before the appointment.  

Is this a good option for my child?
Walk & Talk therapy is an excellent option for adolescents who have trouble opening up to adults and expressing their feelings.  An ‘office without walls’ helps youth feel free to talk more openly.

What about confidentiality?
Many people walk through the park at any given time.  We will be talking about private issues and others may overhear bits and pieces of our conversation.  However, we will take appropriate measures to ensure that your confidentiality is maintained to the best of our ability.